Tranexamic 03%
Tranexamic 03%
Tranexamic 03%

Tranexamic 03%


Reduces Melasma, PIE, PIH & Scars

A powerful serum to effectively diminish the appearance of Melasma, PIE, PIH, and hyperpigmentation. With the power of 3% Tranexamic Acid and 1% Hydroxyphenoxy Propionic Acid which inhibits melanin transfer with great efficacy and prevents UVB damage.

Fragrance free • Non-comedogenic • 30ml
Regular priceRp 150.000,00
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Why it's special

  • Made with 3% Tranexamic Acid, which is a derivative of the amino acid lysine. It reduces the activity of melanocyte tyrosinase thereby treating melasma, UV-induced hyperpigmentation, and other post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation


  • This formula further contains 3% Mandelic Acid (a type of AHA) which gently exfoliates & further reduces post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (like acne scars)


  • Contains 1% HPA (Hydroxyphenoxy Propionic Acid), which is proven to prevent melanogenesis better than ascorbyl glucoside, kojic acid, and arbutin. It also has equivalent efficacy to hydroquinone without cytotoxicity


  • Our source for HPA is Radianskin, which is a high performance active developed by BASF, Germany


Skin concerns Skin concerns it targets

Acne scars · Hyperpigmentation · Melasma · PIE (Post Inflammatory Erythema)

Suitable for Suitable for

All skin types

Highlights Highlights

Fragrance free · Essential Oil Free · Non-comedogenic

pH range pH range

3.8 – 4.8

About this product

After cleansing and toning your face, take 2-3 drops of serum on your fingertips with the dropper. Apply it on the face by gently tapping it on the skin. With a circular motion, evenly spread the serum and allow your skin to absorb it.

When to use: PM. Start with every alternate day and after 2 weeks of usage, use it everyday.

Ingredients

Tranexamic Acid
Tranexamic acid decelerates processes that increase tyrosinase activity by interfering with plasmin activity, and in turn, indirectly inhibiting melanogenesis. Studies have shown that Tranexamic acid, when applied topically, shows results similar to Hydroquinone in reduction of hyperpigmentation

HPA (Hydroxyphenoxy Propionic Acid)
It inhibits melanin transfer with great efficacy and prevents UVB damage. HPA is clinically proven to visibly reduce dark spots within two weeks

Mandelic Acid (3%) + Salicylic ACid (0.3%)
The combination removes the dead cells from the top of the skin, boosting the performance of Tranexamic Acid and Hydroxyphenoxy Propionic Acid, hence accelerating the reduction of hyperpigmentation and melasma

Aqua, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Extract, Tranexamic Acid, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Mandelic Acid, Ethoxydiglycol, Pentylene Glycol, Methylpropanediol, Acetyl Glucosamine, Hydroxyphenoxy Propionic Acid, Sodium Hyaluronate, Salicylic Acid, Xanthan Gum, Lecithin, Phenoxyethanol, Sclerotium Gum, Pullulan, Ethylhexylglycerin, Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) Root Extract, Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate

Frequently Asked Questions

Does it help with hyperpigmentation?
Yes, Tranexamic Acid has been shown to reduce hyperpigmentation. Our formula also contains Hydroxyphenoxy Propionic Acid which has been studied & found to reduce melanogenesis by up to 86%.

How long can it take to show results?
Yes, Tranexamic Acid has been shown to reduce hyperpigmentation. Our formula also contains Hydroxyphenoxy Propionic Acid which has been studied & found to reduce melanogenesis by up to 86%.

How do I know if I have PIH or PIE?
While they may sound similar, PIH and PIE are different. PIH or Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation represent pigmented (brown or black) spots caused by an inflammatory reaction, resulting in overproduction of melanin. A typical example is brown marks left after acne. PIE or Post-Inflammatory Erythema refers to the red / dark red marks left behind after inflammation (like acne). This happens because the capillaries near the skin surface gets damaged by the inflammation, which results in small red marks. So PIH is pigmented and looks brown / dark brown in color and PIE looks like a clogged blood inside the skin and looks red/ dark red in color.Since more research is needed on the impact of topical SA on fetures or babies, pregnant and breastfeeding, women should consult their doctor before including SA into their routine. People with specific skin conditions or health issues shall also consult their doctor before using any direct acid.

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